Dirty Billionaire (The Dirty Billionaire Trilogy Book 1)by Meghan March

This is the first book in the Dirty Billionaire Trilogy.

I’ve got a big… ego and an even bigger bank account. That’s pretty much where my bio ends. Honestly, I don’t need to say anything else. I’ve just sold 99% of women on going home with me. Do I sound like a jerk to you? That’s because I am. And guess what? It works for me just fine. Or at least it did. Until I met her. Books talk about sparks flying. Screw that. With her, it was like emergency flares mixed with jet fuel. Or maybe just straight up napalm. Only one problem. She wouldn’t tell me her name or her number when she disappeared from the hotel room after the hottest night of my life. Now I’ve had a taste of the perfect woman and I need it again. So what’s a jerk to do? I took this problem to the street. A missed connection gone viral. And when I find her? I’m keeping her.

I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were good and the story was good. It was a good quick read.

Holly is a great character. She’s strong and feisty and can stick up for herself. One night of fun has her backed into a corner, and you can’t blame her for meeting back up with Creighton and his crazy plan.

Creighton is a good character. He’s a typical arrogant billionaire, and he really did act on impulse with Holly. It was great seeing them slowly get to know each other, and seeing him slowly drop a few of those iron walls.

The story was good. Holly stocks by herself and tells him that she isn’t letting career and dreams go. He asks her for her trust to deal with everything and she gives it to him. There’s a clear spark between then and they melt perfectly together in the bedroom.

I’m intrigued by the ending because I didn’t peg him for not sticking by his word. I’m wondering whether there is a reason why he wasn’t there. I think Holly did the right think, but I’m hoping that he will chase her. I’m looking forward to reading the next book.

Overall, this was a quick, enjoyable read and I would definitely recommend it. I think it just missed that extra spark that I sometimes get with books. It was still a good book though.

My rating: 4/5*

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